Isn’t it time for a simpler, more cost-effective way to keep your data protected?
Cohesity simplifies your data protection by converging backup, recovery, replication, and disaster recovery on a single, cloud-native platform. As a unified, scale-out platform, Cohesity eliminates legacy data protection silos, and simplifies your management with a single UI and policy-based automation. Learn how Cohesity can help you optimize your agency’s IT environment to meet and exceed Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI) requirements.
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The Future of Data Security: Breaking Down the Management Challenges
Technical debt, interoperability, and data silos. These are challenges every agency faces. Compounding these data problems is the fact that systems are getting more and more distributed with cloud. With both on-premises and off-premises cloud, and data being distributed among these environments, mass data proliferation becomes not only a data access issue, but a major security problem.
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Ways to improve data interoperability and security.
How innovative technology that delivers automation can be key to improving data management and cybersecurity.
Marianne Bailey is a former Deputy National Manager for National Security Systems, former Senior Cybersecurity Executive for the National Security Agency, and current leader of Guidehouse’s Advanced Solutions Cybersecurity practice. As a strategic advisor to Cohesity, Marianne brings over 35 years of experience across the Department of Defense, Intelligence community, and civil government sectors.
The Three Keys to Effective Cybersecurity: Protect, Backup and Defend
Cyber Resilience Security Framework – Going Beyond Zero Trust
Why Data Protection Strategy is Critical for Federal Government Cybersecurity
Data is the New Oil: How Data Governance is Impacting the Public Sector
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In the Federal Fight Against Ransomware Attacks, Holistic Data Protection Plans Include Backups
Cohesity is easy to use and update, saving time and enabling USDA OCIO DISC staff to be more responsive to our customers. The ability to simply add nodes onsite or burst to the cloud has a real impact on our capacity to service customers continuously.
George Strother, Storage Management Branch Chief, Office of the Chief Information Officer at the Digital Infrastructure Services Center, U.S. Department of Agriculture